The Great American Wealth Project (What’s It About?)

I discovered “The Great American Wealth Project” while browsing the The Oxford Club website.

It’s basically a discussion between Bill O’Reilly and Alexander Green about how they want to help you achieve a 7-figure net worth.

Which sounds good, but is it the real deal?

Well, I decided to take a closer look to find out. Because it’s easy for someone to make bold claims, but whether or not they actually deliver is another story.

Anyway, what I found was that it’s really just a presentation that leads you into buying “The Oxford Communiqué” which is a $49 advisory service run by The Oxford Club.

And thankfully, it’s not a scam. The Oxford Communiqué is a legitimate service developed by Alexander Green that aims to help you make money investing in the stock market.

What Is The Great American Wealth Project?

The Great American Wealth Project isn’t really a product, service or even “project.”

In reality, it’s a sales presentation that leads you into buying The Oxford Communiqué, which is a $49 investment newsletter service run by Alexander Green of The Oxford Club.

So, since The Oxford Communiqué is what’s really being sold, the rest of this review I’m going to focus on breaking this down, so you know what to expect if you buy.

The Oxford Communiqué is an investment newsletter service created by Alexander Green who works with a company called The Oxford Club.

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The core benefit of joining is getting access to Alexander’s monthly newsletter, where he shares his investment strategy and top stock picks with subscribers.

According to the sales page, Alexander’s goal is to help you achieve a 7-figure net worth. And he does this by sharing the types of stocks he thinks are going to outperform the market based on his years of experience.

Apparently, his recommendations have outperformed the S&P 500 over the years. To the point he has made millions of dollars and (it seems) so have some who’ve listened to him.

So I’ll admit, it sounds pretty amazing. I mean, who wouldn’t want to turn $150K into over $1 million just by taking someone’s advice?

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But the truth is, not everyone who joins The Oxford Communiqué is going to make that sort of money. And the reality is, it’s just as easy to lose money in the stock market as it is to make it.

Regardless of the individual system or person behind it, there’s always a risk involved in speculating in the stock market.

On the flip side, this is one of the more well researched, less “overhyped,” newsletters out there. And it has a good track record of fairly low-risk gains.

At least, according to the Hulbert Financial Digest, which ranked it among the top 10 low-risk, max-reward performance newsletters in the U.S.

That is pretty impressive, not many newsletter services can boast such a thing. And it only costs between $49 to $129, so you’re not exactly breaking the bank to buy it.

How Does It Work?

The way The Oxford Communiqué works is pretty straightforward. The idea is to signup for $49 on The Oxford Club website, which gives you access to the following:

  • Monthly Newsletter: This is the bread and butter of the subscription. Each month, Alexander sends you his next stock recommendation and a ton of useful insight into the market, what he and his team are working on, the stocks on their watch list and so on.
  • Model Portfolio: This portfolio includes every stock on Alexander’s “buy now” list. He tells you what he recommends buying, at what price and when he recommends selling
  • Weekly Updates: Each week, Alexander updates you on the market, the positions he’s taken and answer frequently-asked questions to help you stay informed. This also includes the Weekly Market Wake-Up Call video segments, that include commentary from the Club’s lead strategists, as well as top industry experts.
  • Safety Switch Alerts: When it is time to buy or sell a stock, Alexander sends you a trade alert so you know when it’s time to exit a position (hopefully) before losing money.
  • Website access: All of the emails you get, along with the model portfolio, are archived in the members only website. Which makes it handy to get access to everything in one place.

As you can see, that’s a lot of value on offer for $49. Together, all of this is marketed as “The Great American Wealth Blueprint.”

Which is kind of confusing. So many names and presentations for one service, but when you break it down, it’s all about The Oxford Communiqué subscription.

And there’s really two main core benefits of this service.

The first is the monthly newsletters that are sent to you each month, that list a new stock you can invest in along with some insights from Alexander Green about each stock. And the model portfolio, which shows you every stock Alexander currently has on his buy list.

Who Is Alexander Green and Bill O’Reilly?

Alexander Green is the the Chief Investment Strategist of The Oxford Club and senior editor of The Oxford Communiqué, which is one of the company’s most popular newsletters.

And Bill O’Reilly is one of the highest-rated news hosts in the world. He also wrote the book “The United States of Trump” which subscribers to The Oxford Communiqué receive as a bonus, and is part of The Great American Wealth Project presentation. Bill also endorses Alexander Green, stating that his services have made him a lot of money over the years.

Alexander Green and Bill OReilly
Alexander Green (left) with Bill O’Reilly (right)

Alexander is an expert investor who has made lots of money investing in the stock market over the past couple of decades. Especially within the world of momentum investing, value investing and investing based on insider activity.

Before writing for the Oxford Club, Alex worked as an investment advisor, research analyst and portfolio manager on Wall Street for 16 years.

So he knows his stuff and seems to enjoy sharing value with people. Not just in his newsletters, but also in some of the books he has published. Such as The Gone Fishin’ Portfolio, The Secret of Shelter Island, Beyond Wealth and An Embarrassment of Riches.

Is he the real deal? Yes, Alexander Green is a legitimate investment professional, he’s been doing this for many years and has worked with some of the biggest names in the industry.

He is someone who has a track record of success and who provides a lot of value to subscribers, so I think he’s worth listening to when it comes to investing.

Is The Oxford Communiqué Legitimate?

The Oxford Communiqué is a legitimate newsletter service that could potentially help you make money investing in the stock market as well as learn how to minimize taxes.

I personally think that for $49 there’s not a lot of risk in buying the subscription itself. The risk more comes into play if you follow Alexander’s advice, and buy stocks that end up going down. And since millions of people lose money in the stock market each year, that’s possible.

Not to mention, there are some upsells in store for those who purchase a subscription to The Oxford Communiqué. Some of The Oxford Club’s more expensive services cost $1,000’s.

I’m not saying that makes it a scam or in any way illegitimate. But you should know that The Oxford Communiqué is one of many services offered by the company.

In any case, this is definitely a real and legitimate service.

Bottom Line

The Great American Wealth Project is a sales presentation used to promote The Oxford Communiqué, which is a $49 advisory service run by Alexander Green of The Oxford Club.

On one hand, Alexander is a very knowledgeable investor who shares a great deal of value with his subscribers. So it’s possible that by joining you could end up creating a lucrative portfolio.

On the other hand, there are definitely some risks involved with this. So I wouldn’t rush into it expecting to get rich quick, or without understanding that nothing is guaranteed.

In any case, what you decide to do is up to you.

I’m not affiliated with The Oxford Club, so my aim with this review was never to convince you to join, or not join, the service. As always, my aim was to simply share my opinion to help you make a more informed choice either way.